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No HDMI in Windows 10

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#1 tigercub61


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Posted 20 March 2016 - 01:40 PM

I have recently upgraded to win10 and to be honest I like it but I have an issue with HDMI output . In fact if I connect to my TV I cannot send to the screen.


I have used the control CTRL P command and used the extend option but no luck I am afraid.


perusing the Internet the fault is rather common and seems to be sorted if you rollback the driver to the nvidia program to windows 8 this did not work for me but just altered all my display settings and made the screen hard to read.


Is there a fix for this or am I just going to wait until msoft address it with a download ?


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#2 Wolverine 7

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Posted 22 March 2016 - 05:29 PM

Hi Tigercub61


Try another cable just in case thats suddenly become an issue?


Microsoft article here,worth a look if you hav,nt run through these.




This might be worth a look,i havnt played much with HDMI Settings,so not sure how different they are on 10 from 7.




Worth a look




Hope something works,let us know how it goes.

#3 Captain_Chicken


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Posted 25 March 2016 - 03:48 PM

CTRL+P isn't extend/clone displays. WIN+P is.

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